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Britvic Pennine Spring

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Pennine Spring is a Natural Mineral Water from deep within the Yorkshire Pennines. It is available in a variety of pack formats in still, sparkling and a range of flavours (Orange and Peach, Strawberry and Lime and Lemon)

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      22.09.2008 22:01
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      Drink the Pennines

      'Pennine Spring' is a bottled water which is claimed to have originated from the Yorkshire Pennines.

      The standard size of the bottle is 500ml, and the blue label depicts a tree in front of some water which resembles a range of hills.

      There is a small amount of text on the bottle which suggests that this particular water has filtered for 50 years through 'milstone grit', and therefore has a unique blend of minerals.

      Whilst I can't possibly test this claim - I can only comment on the flavour. The taste is, well... watery. I can't say it tastes any better or worse that any other bottled varieties which i've tried.

      I'm aware that some people can differentiate between different water tastes - but unfortunately I don't have the palette to do so.

      Therefore, I can only recommend this on the basis of it's price, which is cheaper that both Volvic and Evian.

      As with other small bottled water, the pack suggests consuming within three days after opening. Actually, I can imagine anyone not doing this - you wouldn't want Cholera now would you?!.

      Recommended (..water, not cholera).

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